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Helping Make Veterans Research More Patient-Centered

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One of the goals PCORI set in its strategic plan is to influence research to become more patient-centered. Engaging patients and healthcare stakeholders in the research process is central to…

PCORI-Funded Researchers Seek Ways to Address Youth Suicide

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This month PCORI joins researchers, people with lived experience, health experts, medical professionals, and millions of other stakeholders to mark National Suicide Prevention Month. Suicide is the tenth leading cause…

PCORI approves $254 million to fund 28 new research studies addressing urgent health problems

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The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Board of Governors today approved $254 million in funding for 28 new research studies aimed at eliminating disparities in maternal morbidity and mortality, preventing suicide among young people, and improving behavioral health, maternal and infant outcomes, cancer care, surgical care and outcomes for people with chronic illnesses such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

Spreading Awareness and Interventions for Mental Health

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Mental health is a topic that some people feel uncomfortable discussing. But failing to spread mental health awareness can have serious consequences. For example, people with serious mental illness (SMI)—conditions…

Drawing on Mental Health "Experts-by-Experience"

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An estimated 43.6 million American adults—nearly one in five—have mental illness. Anxiety and mood disorders, including depression, are the most common forms. While these conditions are usually treatable, clinicians often…

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